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Holiday Feast Lunches

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It is almost time for our wonderful Holiday Feast lunches, provided by our fabulous Food Services Department. Families are encouraged to come and enjoy lunch with your students on your school's Feast Day. This year each school will have their own separate day for their Holiday Feast. The Holiday feasts will start on November 7th and end on December 20th. Please see the schedule below.
 

Menu

Toasted Turkey, potatoes and gravy,
cornbread stuff, green beans,
cranberry sauce, roll, ambrosia salad,
pumpkin pie, and milk

 

Schedule for the Holiday Feasts

November 7th
Scott L. Libby Elementary School and White Tanks Learning Center

 

November 8th
Western Sky MIddle School

November 14th
Wigwam Creek Middle School

November 15
Corte Sierra Elementary School

November 16th
L. Thomas Heck Middle School

 

November 20th
Palm Valley Elementary School

November 27th
Litchfield Elementary School

November 28th
Verrado Heritage Elementary School

November 29th
Dreaming Summit Elementary School

December 6th
Barbara B. Robey Elementary School

December 11th
Mabel Padgett Elementary School

December 12th
Verrado Elementary School
 

December 14th
Verrado Middle School

December 20th
Rancho Santa Fe Elementary School

 

 


Students will be charged the regular price for this lunch. The price for all visiting adults and children will be $3.50 per person, cash only. Payment for the lunches must be made on the day of the feast. Your child will bring home a form that asks how many guests will be attending. Please fill out that form and return to the school so that Food Service will know how many people they will be serving that day. Please check with your school to find out the lunch schedule for this date as it is often altered from the normal lunch schedule.

This is always an exciting day for the students to eat lunch with their families. We look forward to seeing you there!





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